Sora slowly trudged home. “I wish I could go with them.” He thought. He continued on, until he reached his house. He then went into the shed in his backyard. He looked around and went inside. The floor went down into the ground, into darkness. Lights turned on all around him and he froze. There was a girl, about seventeen, sitting in a chair. She had starlight hair that went to her shoulders. She wore a black shirt and black leather pants with combat boots. She smiled. “Hello. I need your help.” Sora ran to the phone and called Milly. They arrived and the girl was still there. “My name is Star.” “What are you doing here?” Milly asked her. “When a girl in my family turns fifteen, they have to get engaged to a vampire. I need your guy’s help to hide me from the guy.” Star said. “Okay, come with me.” Milly said. Star followed Milly to a part of the place they were in. Milly transformed Star, and she now has long black hair, taller, and her voice is different. “So, anybody recognize her?” Milly asked. “Um, a little bit. But only if you saw her right before she transformed.” Chris said.
“So Star, where are you going to stay now?” Gem asked. “Hey, she could stay at my house.” Milly suggested. “Sure, why not?” Star said, smiling.
At dinner, Sora was too busy thinking about what happened that day to eat. “Hey Sora, are you okay?” Kassie (Sora’s sister) asked. “Huh? Oh, yeah, I’m fine. I’m just not hungry.” Sora said. “Then put your food in the fridge.” Sora’s mom said. Sora went up to his room and changed, then lied on his bed, staring up at the ceiling. “What a day.” He thought.
The next day when Sora got home, the phone rang. “Hey Sora, is Milly there?” It was Milly’s mom. “No, she’s not. Why?” “Because Star and the others came running home saying that she was kidnapped by a strange man that they think was after Star.” She said. “Well I’ll call if I hear anything.” Sora said, hanging up the phone. “Could the man that caught Milly be the man who is after Star?” Sora thought to himself. “It is or isn’t.” A voice said. Sora turned and Kassie was behind him. “Dammit Kassie! Stop reading my mind!” Sora shouted. Kassie laughed and said; “Go find her. You’ll know if she’s the one or not.” Kassie hugged Sora and he wriggled out of her grasp. “Good luck.” She said. Sora smiled. “Thanks Kassie.”